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their shirts, medals, not today, not in boston. >> reporter: at bwi, don harrison, abc2 news. >> erica brannic is in the icu in boston. she was cheering on her mother. mom's okay but erica's sister and brother-in-law are also in the hospital. erica teaches at trinity in towson. the school said please pray for erica and her family. >> we go to harford county. detectives cost school children-- several trips were canceled that were to go to washington, d.c., aberdeen proving ground and new york city. >>> two bomb scares today in carroll county turned out to be fakes. the first one was called in about 8:30. the buildings were closed for the day. >>> a student was charged with calling in a fake bomb threat to west middle school. students were evacuated around 11 but returned to class when they found the call was a hoax. >>> it's tough to watch the pictures of the above the bomb -- boston marathon. we have more on how to talk to our children about these tragic events. >> the experts said there are times you just have to turn off the tv. that's what they say when this comes to the -- when it comes to
is erica with the forecast. good morning. >> good morning to you both. this is the first morning i did not need my heater. hayward 62. 54 in downtown san francisco. we are waking up to clear skies for the most part. could see patchy fog around the coastline before sunrise. it does not look too likely. foggy element shaking the forecast. '80s, may be low 90s by your afternoon high. >> as for focused on 12:00 p.m. you can see seventies mostly inside the bay. '80s indicated by the carnage on your screen. we had nine degree territory by 3:00 p.m. today. temperatures still on the warmer side by 8:00 p.m. tonight. in fact, seeing a good mixture of '60s and '70s. breaking down the afternoon highs. san rafeal 86. 874 santa rosa. nineties in fairfield. antioch 82. tomorrow in to wednesday for interior spot low '80s for cemeterisan mateo. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights pickle them. temperatures still way above average. as of now, friday is shaping up to the warmest day of a week a of the week. >> upper 80s around the bay. upper seventies along the coast. temperatures wil
. >> thank you erica. >> our top story comes out of the south bay where a car crashed into a san jose home sending five people to the hospital. we have video of our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. it shows the seen from above the 5400 block of leigh ave. the accident yesterday afternoon involved to bmw's just a block away from the lee high school. kron 4 spoke with witnesses who say both drivers are students at that high school and were racing each other at the time of the crash. >> the silver bmw that the house loss control and hit the front of the red vehicle that hit the side of the intersection. >> of the five people injured. tour inside the house three were in the bmw. a woman in her '40's is in critical condition. kernite year-old daughter sustained not life-threatening injuries. police say both driver traveling at a high rate of speed. the driver of the red bmw was not seriously hurt and was taken to the police department for questioning. >> there has been a spike in home burglaries this month and hercules. police say the east bay town has experienced 11 in just this mon
're going to be monitoring that. these are live shots of the scene. you stay safe, erica. "hardball" is next. >> well, he's still out there. let's play "hardball." >> shots have been fired in the last two minutes or so, heavy police activity right in that area as the manhunt continues for one of the suspects in this week's boston marathon shooting. where is dzhokhar tsarnaev? he could be on the verge of et going caught here despite a massive drag net. >> we do not have apprehension of our suspect this afternoon but we will have one. we're committed to that. i want the neighborhood here in watertown to know that we went through about 20 streets here door to door. >> tsarnaev and his brother were identified as the bombers and since then shot an m.i.t. officer, carjacked -- let's go to a live picture. a lot of activity. let's go to kerry sanders. we don't have him yet. >> there is a suspect that somehow was able to elude the police here. that is the second suspect. and it's possible that he -- because he was on foot, it's believed, is somewhere still in watertown. now, the authorities spent all
're starting in the weather center with erica talking about fantastic number that you have forecast for today. >> we actually broke records in santa rosa, napa, hayward. today will be warmer. looking at afternoon highs planted '80s to go round. usually for this time of your most locations lucky to see seventies. check out fairfield 82. 84 and antioch. >> downtown san francisco could possibly climb to the mid-70s. yesterday we saw an afternoon high of 71 degrees. >> upper 60s along the coastline. today's the day to go to the beach. >> sunnyvale coming in at 81 degrees. >> focus in on car conditions. '40's, '50's, and '60s as you step out the door. >> oakland 64 currently. 50 in concord. upper 50s in san carlos 59 in the city by the bay. >> as attractive actors futurecast 4 shows by the 7:00 hour we're talking printed '60s already. >> will start the warm-up relatively early. by lunchtime seventies. '80s starts to fill in on your screen. those '80s start almost dominate by your afternoon high. plenty of sunshine, clear skies to go around. today is the warmest day of the week. if you are out at 8
you the latest update on the suspects and victims of the boston marathon on kron 4. >> here is erica with our weather. >> looking at the afternoon highs 82 degrees for oakland. 87 and concord. we could see 90 degrees for pleasanton, livermore. 84 in sunnyvale. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights very warm weather. in fact, today is expected to be the warmest day of the week. temperatures will gradually cooled down. take a look at thursday it is expected to be the coolest they of the week. >> will hold onto a dry pattern around the bay area. still monitored a pretty comfortable forecast. more on your extended forecast coming up in just a few minutes. right now i want to take a look at traffic. all is quiet on chp traffic log no incidents to report. >> a live look at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. the majority of the traffic is coming from interstate 80 the meeting light to not act. >> the san mateo bridge ride moving well in both directions. conditions are equal whether you are headed in the west bound direction towards of the city or among the head lik
we are here this morning. we will begin in the weather center with erica storm tracker 4. while! look at all that. >> yes we have the the main front approaching ahead of schedule. we thought it would approach between six and eight. it is coming on now. the yellow on your screen. you can see the rain is approaching from the south. this is where it is running in your neighborhood. i want to zoom in and take a look at conditions along the peninsula. the heart of the bay light rain for san francisco, daly city and down toward south san francisco. >> heaviest rain is certainly for east bay interior valleys billy take a look at our team is concord. >>--look at martinez and concord. >> almost an inch per hour. >> turning our attention to the rest of the east bay livermore contending with my brain. i ran for the oinole grade pisinole grade. >> we're getting a significant amount for in an evergreen. many attend of an inch. turning our to to to the mid peninsula out looking good. light rain for the los altos hills. the edge of yellow on your screen that the main band pushing on shore. that will
. it into the camera shaking, we had damaging winds across the bay area today. will be checking with erica to see if you can expect high winds again today. >> i am anny hong on this tuesday morning. >> nothing compared to yesterday's wins. >> we hahave preconditions this morning. >> good morning erica. >> we have breezy conditions around a bay area. we have not met the advisory threshold. wind's could gust up to 20 is not 30 mi. per hour in the diablo range. that is in the six or 7:00 hour. >> most of us in the teens is not more. >> it is windy and breezy as you step out the door. temperatures a bit cooler than yesterday's. >> in san francisco. 43 in hayward. >> here is a look at current wind's beats 17 mi. an hour in navato . 18 in fairfield. , conditions throughout the rest of the bay area. >> focusing on your afternoon highs. temperatures expected to be 2-3 degrees lower than yesterday. will have plenty of sunshine and clear conditions are around pretty much the entire area. >> redwood city 73. 72 in fremont. plenty of seventies to go around the east bay. >> san leandro 72 upper 60s for richmo
fletcher. >> erica has a look at our weather. >> temperatures are not to bad we're waking up to '40's and 50's. we did see light showers overnight. showers over downtown san francisco. could see drizzle this morning. the wind is a bigger story. it is windy. the wind will pick up heading into the afternoon. by 11:00 a.m. a high wind advisory goes into effect for the north bay coastline. the east bay shore line, and for those of you located along the peninsula. the wind will continue into the evening hours and chilly overnight. tomorrow we could wake up to areas of frost in temperatures in the '30's. >> something we have not seen for quite some time will have to bundle up. >> sustained winds are 18 mi. an hour for half moon bay. in for oakland. the wind is strong along the coastline and for the higher elevations. >> by 9:00 a.m., not too much. by the afternoon 12, light blue shading on the screen indicates wind gusts as high as 20 mi. per hour. as we continue to advance the clock by 6:00 p.m. tonight sustained winds in the twenties from oakland up toward concord, vallejo, and san raphae
in the north bay erica has details. >> good morning. >> good morning to you both. temperatures currently are not toad. waking up to '40's and 50's. let us take a look at your visibility chart. we have areas of relatively dense fog in the north bay. visibility a half mile in santa rosa. a 10th of a mile and navato. dense fog along the coastline with the rest of the bay area looks clear. future cast 4 we're tracking the temperatures. by 7:00 this morning a good mixing of '40's and low 50s. temperatures similar to what we are waking up with right now. by the 12:00 hour mainly '60s around the bay. we could see low seventies trickle in for our inland spots. that will continue into the afternoon highs. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, temperatures down to the '50s. we will contend with a partly cloudy skies later this evening. enjoy the sunshine this afternoon. napa 70 degrees. 71 in livermore. lows 60s in downtown san francisco. mid- 60s and oakland. >> satellite and radar prospective shows high pressure in control. we will see dry weather for the next.... >> eastern pacific bring a heavy band of rain
to get you updated on this high speed crashes the city in just a moment. >> erica, good morning. >> good morning james we're starting off with temperatures cooler that would our hours ago. we are officially back into the 50s after being in the mid-60s. >> in san francisco 56 in concord. >> at los stamild start. we have erica of patchy fog of the valleys. we also have wind to report. when sustained in half moon bay 60 mi. an hour. back to the temperatures. we will keep in the '50s by 7:00 a.m. this morning. by lunchtime a split decision between green and yellow indicating 60s and low seventies. >> we will mainly be a low 70 degree territory by 2:00 p.m. today. 8:00 p.m. tonight look for mainly clear skies and temperatures dropping in to the '60s. . >> breaking down the afternoon highs. santa clara 73. 70 redwood city. plenty of seventies in the east bay as well. >> wall of creek 75. upper 60s in union city. >> '60s for downtowns have to go. 72 for santa rosa. >> satellite and radar so clear, dry conditions. the sea breeze has kicked in oregon onshore grow. >> temperatures could be 10 degr
with erica. >> good morning james i'm sure people have noticed is a cold start to the morning. wind is not apparent. a lot of the cold air is selling close to the ground. many of us are waking up to low '40's. it is a clear mild, a chilly start. this afternoon sunny and warmer conditions. >> temperatures will climb to the seventies. by later tonight light when the forecast. it will be an enjoyable 24 hours. temperatures now richmond 55. 44 in santa rosa. upper '40's in daly city. half moon bay registering in the upper '30's. typical will drop as we push in closer to sunrise. we will make up for lost time into the afternoon. >> antioch reaching a degrees. 77 fairfield. low seventies down the special online. clear skies of the bay area. we will fall into a dry weather pattern the ridge of high pressure is firmly in control. temperatures will continue to climb. check out the weekend. we're talking '80s inland. seventies around the bay and '60s for the coast. sunday-will be one of the warmest days of the week. >> will continue to see gradual warm weather as we start the next work weeks.
states. >> joining us live on the ground in watertown, massachusetts is nbc's erica hill. erica, what can you tell us about where you are and what kind of reaction you're seeing? >> rachel, you may be able to hear pl there may be cheering. probably because there are police vehicles behind me coming through. every time a vehicle comes through, people start to applaud. there are more and more people coming on to the streets as you noted. we were in this neighborhood all day. it was eerily quiet. the only thing you saw was increased police presence near the helicopter overhead and media. everybody else was obeying orders to stay inside. when it was lifted a little after 6 okay. people slowly trickling out. as we know, there is another order to stay inside for those folks who run franklin street. that is where the suspect was apprehended and an officer lean offered and said, hey, he's in custody. they had him. every time they come through, very first police car that i saw come through, the officer driving ahad a huge grin on his face. as you mentioned, the suspect was captured alive. we belie
airport. >> we have learned that social media is keeping the friends of brannick erica informed. brannick is in critical condition. she is not the only one that was injured. her sister and brother-in-law were also hurt. >> erica is an incredibly unique person. she was injured when two bombs exploded during the boston marathon. decroce sustained extensive injuries to both of her legs. we're not clear as to -- for damage. lawthe -- her brother-in- receiving cuts and burns. all three of them were cheering on the mother of the women who was running in the race. the quex i have an image of her running up the sidewalk in my head. i am not having had spoken to her first. they are describing their experiences as a real and chaotic. >> we wanted to the commotion of the regulation and the boston marathon bond here saying, you need to get out. you do not associate it, we were talking about this on the plane. you do not associate it with something and it is wrong. two blocks away when the blast happened. >> it was a pretty scary experience dues to the fact that we're military and we could not believ
coming up. >> we will get the latest on our forecast and traffic with erica. >> good morning erica. >> good morning. most of us waking up to four is at this hour. not as windy. we do have patchy fog to contend with. into the afternoon plenty of sunshine. tatars to be warmer than yesterday's. clear were more than yesterday's. clear conditions into tonight. >> turning your attention to temperatures '40's and 50's. 51 in concord. 48 and pleasanton. mid '40's for daly city. upper '40's for downtown san francisco. >> temperatures will continue to drop as we pushed closer to sunrise. past that we make way for sunshine and temperatures warmer than yesterday. >> oakland 72. upper 60s for downtown san francisco. 77 in fairfield. a week ridge of high pressure is in place. it will be nice conditions for the next couple of days. it will be gradually cooler heading into the weekend. we have the chance for sprinkles sunday night into monday. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows cooler as we start the next work weeks. mild conditions. we stay in the direction of dry weather heading
breezy out there erica. >> yes james. >> fairfield we're seeing wind up to 20 mi. an hour. >> over all clear star to the morning. mild conditions. >> originally the national weather service to discuss issuing a frost advisory for the national interior valleys. into the afternoon breeze conditions will persist however, temperatures will be slightly warmer. when approaching from the northeast and temperatures between 60s and low seventies. >> later tonight expect clear conditions. we are back into the 50s and 60s. >> currently navato 48. >> 66 for vallejo low 50s and concord. >> future cast 4 shows by '6lunchtime we will see 60s. >> 8:00 p.m. tonight some of our warm spots will stay in the '60s, expect 50s everywhere else. >> afternoon highs in downtown san francisco 66. >> 71 for concord. 74 in antioch. we're talking upper 60s for hayward and fremont. 72 sunnyvale. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows pretty nice conditions. gradually more conditions will continue. we will kick it up a notch each and every day. a string of sunshine not a raindrop in sight. >> sunday into m
to the increase in crime. first let us get to weather and traffic on this friday morning. >> good morning erica. >> happy friday as we start off with a live look from our roof camera. >> we have a lot of closlow cloud cover blanketing the area also coastal drizzle. later this afternoon it will be sunny and mild. today is similar to yesterday's meeting an overcast start temperatures will be slightly warmer today. the fog will return to the coast line later this evening. >> looking at current conditions. 50 in the bottle.navato . plenty of '60s o the afternoon. antioch coming in at 77. 72 for sunnyvale. we will keep in the upper 60s for san mateo, redwood city. upper 50s in ocean beach in daly city. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights warmer weather in to the weekend. we will continue to see some fog mainly along the coastline. gorgeous weather to the next several afternoons. >> warmer weather starting the next work week. i am a conservative with my numbers. mid '80s inland. some of up spots climb into the mid-90s. we will start off may with completely dry conditions. more on
hong . >> i am james fletcher. >> let us get right to the weather good morning erica. >> showers to taper off after midnight. current when speeds, up to 32 mi. an hour around half moon bay. windy conditions along the coastline. the wind's are approaching from the north. 22 mi. an hour and concord. 23 in oakland. be aware of that. like we mentioned this affecting of the area bridges. >> taking a live two-hour mount tam cam. the camera is finally shaking around. we have a wind advisory in effect until 8:00 p.m. tonight. >> wind's could gust up to 45 m.p.h. if not greater. loose items and possibilities. down trees and power lines and power outages around the bay area. >> looking at future cast for the wind's don't come down to out the course of the day. >> 9:00 a.m. 43 mi. an hour for san mateo. 25 along the delta. >> the blue color of the screen indicates gusts and 20 if not 30 mi. per hour range. >> by lunchtime not much change. widespread 20 mi. an hour wind speed around the bay area. could drop into the teens by later tonight. conditions could persist into tuesday morning. >> te
. erica ferrari is here in new york with that and more. good morning, erica. >> good morning, anne-marie. songs in japan were mostly high owner a weaker yen. tokyo's nikkei rose 1%. hong kong's hang seng sank half a percent. there was a rebound on wall street thanks to strong housing and corporate around earnings reports. the dow jumped nearly 158 points while the nasdaq closed up 48. >>> american airlines warn s passengers traveling today there may be a computer meltdown. keeping the carriers planes on ground and stranding thousands. american fixed the problem by mid afternoon but some passengers might still encounter canceled and delayed flights. j more signs of recovery as builders started work on a million new homes in march. that hasn't happened since june 2008 and was fueled by a surge in apartment building construction. single-family home construction, however, fell by nearly 5%. >>> the international monetary fund now predicts the global economy will grow by 3.3% this year, down 0.2 of a point since its january forecast. the imf says the u.s. economy will expand by a slight
mean delays at the airport and gas prices dip. erica ferrari is here with more. good morning, erica. >> good morning, anne-marie. expect delays at the airports now that the budget cuts are air traffic controllers at home. the biggest delays are predicted at l.a.x., o'hare, and laguardia. the faa slashed the budget by more than $600 million. mark rosenker, a former ntsb nannal list and cbs responsibility says the delays could hit for hours. >>> we're going to see delays for the carriers, the passengers, and frankly i believe for the economy. >>> the country's largest pilots union and the airline is trade association are suing to stop the fur lou. asian markets were mostly higher. tokyo's nikkei added about 2% to a nearly 5-year high. hong kong's hang seng added a fraction. essentially major countries including apple, ford, exxonmobil, will release their earnings this week. it comes as they finish their worst week since november. the dow lost 317 points while nasdaq lofrt nearly 89. there's good news at the pump with a gallon of gas dropping 11 cents. the lung berg survey now finds th
condition. lester, erica. >> michelle franzen, thanks very much. >>> we want to turn now to the white house correspondents determine last night. >> it's a chance for washington, for the journalist who's cover the city, to break bread together and poke a bit of fun at one another. president obama embraced his role as comedian in chief. our white house peter alexander made it there for all the laughs. >> i feel like it s just a couple of hours ago. you talk about the politicians, the journalists, plenty of celebrities too. a couple of sightings i had. bradley cooper, katie perry there. they call this as the nerd prom, but it's highlighted each year by these dualing comedic appearances this year between the president and late night host conan o'brien, where really nothing is off limits. not the politicians, the pundits, or even the president himself. ♪ ♪ don't stop the party >> it's like when two different zoos get together. you know, the hollywood zoo and the d.c. zoo. >> president obama, that's my man. ♪ >> thank you. how do you like my new entrance music? rush limbaugh warned you abou
working your way out of the north bay. >> guys. >> thank you erica. >> we began this morning with a reminder that president obama will be visiting to bay area today as part of a fund raiser trip he flies into s f o at 525 tonight. he will attend his first fund-raising event in the home of and ann and borden bloody in san francisco. demonstrators are expected to be there as well. to process the keystone x a-l pipeline. he has more fund-raising events scheduled for tomorrow before leaving the bay area in the afternoon. >> police in napa on this getting an officer involved shooting. it happened about 8:00 last night of kansas street will home depot. napa of special investigation bureau agents are conducting surveillance on a car in the area searching for a man wanted on a no bail warrant. agents would up to the car and held three people at gunpoint. one of the men exited the car and a fight began between him and the agent. during the altercation, officers fired on a suspect and that person was transported to hospital officers were hurt. >> a 28 year-old man is hospitalized after
on saturday. >> of the weather with erica. >> ocean beach in san francisco and some of our north bay communities are off to a cool start. a much cooler stars. napa over 20 degrees cooler than 24 was ago. into the afternoon we will see sunshine. temperatures day on a mild side. expect clear and calm conditions by letter on tonight. looking at your current temperatures. mid '40's for novato, santa rosa 40. in downtown san francisco low 50s out the door and pleasanton. taking the numbers into the afternoon at seventies as well. 77 for antioch and concord. 67 in oakland. mid- 70s for sunnyvale and san jose. 72 your high in fremont. >> satellite and radar showing we're dealing with coastal fog. you can see it streaming up to the north. we have a couple of interesting things to know. the wind has died down. cooler temperatures. in the addition of the fog this is definitely not only going to help with air quality but also allergies. outages have been bad for most of us. a tree and even grass count have been high for the past 48 hours. >> we are talking cooler weather into tomorrow. tomorrow
serious situation now. for that we want to welcome erica martin. from our new hachb affiliate who is in for ginger zee taking a little rest this weekend. erica, good morning to you. >> good morning. still some major concerns with regards to flooding across parts of the midwest. anywhere from missouri and michigan, including indiana and illinois as well. we have some video shot in grand rapids, michigan. we can see how severe the situation is here. as rivers reach record levels. as rivers cresting tomorrow, just over 22 feet. very severe situation. the governor, in fact, has issued a state of emergency. otherwise, conditions for tomorrow and the rest of the week, we see a low pressure system building over the northern portion of the state and as this low continues to work its way across the state here, across the country, we start to see the possibility of some more snow brewing and unfortunately it will be messy to start the beginning of the workweek. but we'll start to see the changeover to rain as it approaches the eastern seaboard. things starting to improve to the middle to th
plant. erica ferrari has the very latest. >> reporter: this morning, rescue crews are still pulling people out of the rubble going door to door trying to evacuate people who may still be trapped in area homes and businesses. we know at least 160 are injured. authorities say between 5 to 15 people are presumed dead. the death toll is expected to go up as search teams continue their efforts this morning. a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant rocked the town of west, texas. >> the shock wave was unbelievable. it threw me down. >> reporter: officials say the town looks like a war zone with homes and businesses leveled. >> massive. just like iraq, just like the murrah building in observations. >> a five block area buildings were heavily damaged. >> reporter: several firefighters and police officer are feared dead. >> the mayor has been here earlier tonight. he is also a firefighter for this city. it has taken a toll on him because he knows that potentially he has lost some firefighters. >> reporter: as many as 200 people could be injured and rescue workers are still pulling people ou
in boston. in the meantime, a towson teacher is seriously wounded in the bombings. erica branock was there to cheer on her mom, who was running in the marathon. details of the story are still coming in at 5:30, on wjz eyewitness news. >>> stay with wjz on air and online for complete coverage of the explosion at the boston marathon. for the latest developments any time, log onto be sure to watch the cbs evening news at 7:00. scott pelley will be live in boston, with updates on the attacks. >>> and this just in, the baltimore city department of transportation suspends speed and red light cameras. problems have surfaced, as it transitioned to a new vendor, including clerical mistakes, involving payment options on citations and the posted speed limit. officials call the mistakes unacceptable and say cameras will be suspended until the problems are fixed. well, bail is set at $250,000 for the man charged in the death of a long-time city employee, hit and killed just a week ago. wjz is live at camden yards. rochelle ritchie has more on the charges and how the victim's
web site. as well as our face book and twitter feeds. >> here is erica with a look at our bay area weather. >> you will notice temperatures and little cooler as you wake up this morning. vallejo in the upper '30's. 49 in oakland. futurecast 4 tracking the wind for today. we will not see any advisories. we are short of advisory levels breezy conditions. wind up to 50 mi. an hour in oakland. 74 fremont. this will continue into the evening hours. it will be a breezy one. temperatures between 5 and 10 degrees warmer. >> no longer dealing with low pressure. we're making way for sunshine. temperatures in the upper 60s. >> 67 and fairfield. 624 san francisco. >> 66 expected in hayward. upper 50s along the coast. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights gradual warm weather. plenty of blue skies. sunshine into the weekend. by the end of the forecast. we are talking low to mid '80s for your warmest inland spots. in e traffic cente no hot spots but left over wind advisories. as of midnight the benecia , cartines and dumbarton bridges are under the advisory. >> the app
. >> back here in the bay area erica has a look at our forecast. >> along the delta we have very strong when. sustained wind over 20 mi. an hour. we have a wind advisory post for those of you in fairfield. also seeing the return of a coastal fog. visibility down to zero for those of you using highway one through half moon bay. a mild start to the morning but a couple of different factors to contend with. futurecast 4 is tracking temperatures throughout the day. it will be cooler. we will not see nineties. future cast 4 highlights 12:00. a good mixing of seventies and low '80s. we will keep it in the 60s along the coastline. more '80s by 3:00 p.m. today. >> putting the clock into motion a p.m. tonight the green on your screen indicates temperatures and the '60s. >> breaking down your afternoon highs. 79 santa clara. sevemid '80s in the east bay. it brepittsburgh 85. >> lows '60s for downtown san francisco. oakland 78. 76 in alameda. >> satellite and radar view shows coastal fog to contend with. the wind is approaching of the north and mainly impacting the delta. a dry stable pattern around th
. countyanny. >> thank you erica. >> 8 year-old leila fowler was at her valley springs home when she was stabbed. >> law enforcement's patrol has been increased outside of our elementary school and all round the small town. a press conference was held last night in valley spring spirit so far no one has been arrested. authorities have issued a vague-- description of the suspect had not been not able to identify the man. >> the " year-old son saw a subject in his home. we use the term intruder. our dispatcher did. that caused him some concern. he briefly followed this person. the person left the house and that is when you to check on his sister. there was a second witnessed that live in the neighborhood that saw somebody with a similar description running in a different direction at that time. >> the cause of death was listed by the medical examiner was shot in him or to do to stabbing. we want to report that members of the calaveras county shares office, state patrol and the calaveras county probation department is sesurging almost sex offenders and parolees in the area. then not bee
. lester holt and erica hill, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller >>> good morning and welcome to "today" on a saturday morning i'm lester holt. >> and i'm erica hill. nice to have you with us this morning. it's been more than 11 years since the 9/11 attacks. this morning, though, they really are top of mind for so many people after an unexpected discovery in lower manhattan. >> it appears to be the landing gear from one of the planes that flew into the world trade center on 9/11. the area has been sealed off. they've got police tape around it. like a crime scene. because that's exactly what it is. and the finding raises some big questions like, what took so long? we're going to get a live report from the scene in just a moment. >> then there's a lot of talk, many questions this morning about whether the united states could soon find itself part of another conflict in the middle east. this morning, the pressure president obama faces to act after u.s. intelligence reports syria likely used chemical weapons against its own people. >>> then we're going to tell you about a murder mystery inv
, good morning. >> reporter: hey, erica, good morning to you. there's no such thing as routine movements in afghanistan, but the mission the young foreign service worker was on yesterday is pretty fundamental. she was on the way to a school in a convoy to deliver books to children when tragedy ensued. a suicide attacker detonated a bomb killing three american service members and two civilians, including the diplomat, anne smedinghoff. she'd been here in afghanistan since last summer doing a job her parents said she absolutely loved. in a statement to the "washington post," her parents called her a wonderful woman, strong, intelligent, independent, and loved what she was doing. they are consoled knowing she was serving her country by helping to make a positive difference in the world. today in turkey, an emotional secretary of state john kerry, who met with her a few weeks ago, called saturday's attacks on americans a grim reminder of the dangers foreign service workers can face abroad. >> a young 25-year-old woman with all of the future ahead of her, believing in the possibility of diplo
long. erica. >> hard to imagine. we know they are common in the cascades and the other parts of the pacific northwest as well. this time of year it is actually common because you get those warm-ups, and then you get more snow, and as the snow shifts around, it just -- the weight of itself just collapses, and it's just very dangerous this time of year especially. >> thanks. >> we'll get the full forecast in a moment. >>> in the meantime, secretary of state john kerry is in japan this morning. he is on the last leg of his tour in asia as he continues to look for support to curbing north korea's nuclear program. chief foreign correspondent richard engel is live in seoul, south korea, with more for us. good morning. >> good morning, lester. we are still here in seoul, and we are waiting for north korea to test fire at least one missile. we've been waiting for you for days. is it hype? will it actually happen? tomorrow is a possibility. tomorrow is the anniversary of the birth of north korea's founder. it is a time when there are traditionally military parades, military displays o
're having some problems hearing erica this morning. >> there we go. >> good morning james. >> warmer weather is on the way as we head into the middle of next week. >> as of now we have some areas of patch he dense fog. we have the potential for unsettled weather as we head into saturday and sunday. if we could go back to tracker and take a look at, and conditions. temperatures now not to bad. we are off to a dry start a round the bay area. >> 60 degrees in oakland. 66 in the city by the bay. >> looking at rainfall totals in the past 44 hours. portions of sonoma we saw a burst of an inch, an inch and half. >> 7 tenths of an inch in santa rosa. we did see some impressive amount consider it only rain intensely for a couple of hours yesterday morning. >> in terms of whether temperatures will go throughout the day. futurecast 4 highlights the 7:00 hour mainly 50s indicated by the light blue on your screen. >> putting the clock into motion by much time we're talking '60s for just about everyone. >> we could see some seventies along the delta possibly in tracy and portions of the south bay. >> head
on your weather. >> it is fighting we have the weekend to look forward to. here's erica with a look at your forecast. >> good morning james. starting with a live look at our mount tam camera. a column start to the morning. some changes to talk about. warmer temperatures and to the end of the weekend and as we start the next work weeks. enjoy plenty of sunshine. today we will reach the '80s for some of our inland spots. tracking temperatures. 41 navato sing upper '40's and daily city ester debt of before his waking up in half moon bay. a chilly start for some of us. oakland low 50s. 49 in livermore. futurecast 4 tracking the temperatures. you can see plenty of seventies to go around by lunchtime. we will continue to see climb. '80s by 3:00 p.m. today. >> but in the clock for by 8:00 p.m. tonight to bridge on the mild side. temperatures mainly in the '60s however we could hold on to low seventies for places like the map but in santa rosa. bring down your afternoon high 80 in fairfield. napa 82 there is clear dry conditions and weak system passing through portions of northern californi
of april, 2013. i'm savannah guthrie alongside matt lauer. >> lester and erica are up close to where this came to a dramatic end last night. we saw cheering in the streets. have folks returned to some sense of normalcy this morning? >> except for the rain. it's a soggy morning here but people are out and it was eerie yesterday. the word came out this place was on lockdown. people took it very seriously as they should. they were afraid. >> i flew in yesterday. at the airport everyone was glued to the television. i went to school in boston. even in the middle of the night when i was out perhaps when i was in college, never did i see the streets of boston so empty. there was not a soul on the street except for reporters or law enforcement trying to get somewhere. once the order was lifted, it started to trickle out. you saw celebration in the streets. they broke into "the star-spangled banner" at one point thanking every officer they saw. trying to get back to normal this morning after the citywide shutdown and as we get a better sense of what that was like. >> katie has more on that no
but for erica,. >> it's music to ears and soon to be her new home this, is the construction site of habitat for humanity affordable housing come ple.. one complete there tlb 12 new homes, one will belong to erica. >> do. >> hundreds of hands from different experiences. >> this is about nailing and getting ready. >> habitat decided to, but the same code as ply. >> we breakdown into teachable cone yents. >> homes will cost $180,000 paid over 30 years with no interest. and each homeowner has to put in 500 hours every one can come together and pick up a hammer. >> if you think it's enough to scare people you might be surprised to learn one in 14 homeowners in the area has had their home built and caught the eye of jimmy carter, he and his whif will be here to lend a hand. in oakland abc 7 news. >> absolute fabulous. >> i love what they do. >> let's talk about the weather forecast. talk about loving what we do. weather is spectacular. >> up on the roof looks like the preez kicking up a little bit. >> it feels great. it will be a beautiful day for ice crime but i had to settle for water. you can
under score alerts. >>> erica brannic is a teacher here in towson. she is still in the icu in boston. she's on the right, her mom's on the left. her sis they are nicole and brother-in-law were both injured as well. we reached out to trinity children's center. they said we do understand she is stable but not able to be contacted at this time. our community will pass along appropriate updates. please pray for erica and her family. >>> we had nearly 450 runners boston. they began to trickle back home. the runners, weary from the race and the emotional toll, flew into bwi. an er doctor had just finished his 13th boston marathon when the marathon went off. >> i would say sadly i'm -- i always had a feeling it wasn't a matter of if it would happen but more than when. it's a large event. it's very open to the public. there's no way of controlling everything that comes and goes. >> the doctor tried to get back to the finish line but first responders had already blocked off the area. >> it's taking the toll on some schoolchildren. jeff hager joins us with that story. >> reporter: the harford
and start with our principle ms. erica. invite her to say a few words >> so i'm going to listen to the 3 ss and make this short. i want to thank you all. i'm very he humbled to receive this award. everyone constantly channels me by bringing me fun and interesting challenges daily. i don't know if it's - you have a good woman has a good man and he's a wonderful husband who's at the giants game tonight working, working, working. i want to thank him together and say you can't believe what happened to 80 today. but i also want to thank all the superintendents to work under and to lead and guide me arrest each day is fun and interesting for the students. i do it for the students making sure they're meeting the mark and go eagles. (clapping). >> thank you we'd like to recognize this evening one of our principles she is a principle of sunset elementary school our own sophie lee congratulations. and a thank you superintendent and commissioners for this great honor. this award also belongs to my teachers and staff community. i see some here thank you for being here. and our wonderful students. i've
. vic is here with an update on her condition. >> reporter: erica branock, a teacher at the episcopal church said she received injuries to her legs. they say her sister's legs are broken and her brother-in-law suffered burns. carol downing was running in the marathon. erica, her sister and brother- in-law were all at the finish lane when the bombs went off. erica teaches 2-year-olds-year- olds and the children made a get well card for her and sent it to the hospital. >>> erica was scheduled to undergo a second surgery today. >>> wjz has the latest on the boston mare then bombings. three-- they're -- marathon bombings. three are dead. an 8-year-old is one of three killed. it is unclear if this is domestic terrorism or foreign. the fbi confirms, they were in pressure cookers and filled with nails and metal pellets. stay with wjz on air and online for complete coverage of the explosion at the boston marathon. for the latest developments any time, log onto >>> and be sure to watch the cbs evening news tonight at 7:00. scott pelley is in boston with the updates on the ter
colleges and universities want erica pardo. >> it feels really great. >> reporter: now the high school senior has a decision to make. >> a lot has to do with the financial aid, considering my mother has to pay it and i'll also be taking out loans. >> reporter: two-thirds of students graduate with debt and it is reaching new highs, averaging almost $27,000 in 2011. to keep your debt down, first, decode the financial aid offer. >> it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish what is a grant and what is a loan. they may not even use the word loan. >> here it is, out of pocket. >> reporter: ask questions and, remember, you're not just paying for one year. >> it is not about that first year of college. it is ensuring you are accepting a financial aid package that has renewable money. >> about half of all colleges practice what is called front loading of grants. that means that your grant as a freshman are going to be more generous mix than your grants as a sophomore, junior or senior. >> reporter: if you're disappointed, don't be afraid to ask for more money. >> there are other things that
," tax day is here, and the supreme court takes on patents for human dna. erica ferrari is here in new york with that and more. good morning, erica. >> good morning, anne-marie. today is the day millions of americans are dreading. it's april 15th, the deadline to file your income tax return. even with the advent of electronic filing, some people just won't be able to make the midnight deadline. you also have until midnight to ask for an extension to file by october 15th. and that's something more than 10 million people did last year. >>> asian stocks were lower on weak growth data from china. tokyo's nikkei lost more than 1%. hong kong's hang seng also dropped more than 1%. >>> we'll see how wall street reacts to a series of corporate earnings reports released this week. last week the dow continued posting gains, up nearly 300 points. the nasdaq also in the b, gaining 91. >>> can a company take out a patent on a human gene? that's the issue in front of the supreme court this morning. the company myriad genetics holds patents on two genes that can cause breast cancer. the biotech resear
for victims in homes that were leveled. cbs reporter erica ferrari reports some volunteer firefighters are among those feared dead. >>> reporter: a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant rocked the town of -- [ pause ] [ no audio ] >> we apologize. we're having technical difficulties. but again, following the explosions in west, texas overnight that started as a fire in a fertilizer plant. then there was an explosion there and again it leveled properties for blocks around that area. >> i think we have erica ferrari ready now. let's go back to that with the very latest in texas. >>> reporter: a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant rocked the town of west, texas. >> the shock wave was unbelievable. it threw me down. >> reporter: officials say the town looks like a war zone with homes and businesses leveled. >> massive. just like iraq, just like the murray building in oklahoma city. >> reporter: authorities can't confirm a death toll, but say several firefighters and a police officer are feared dead. >> the mayor has been here earlier tonight. he is also a firefighter for this city. i
amazing there were no more injuries there. that is the news. now back to lester, erica and dylan. >> jenna, thanks. dylan dreyer is here with a check of the weather. we've already seen what it's doing around the country. >>> some rivers in missouri not cresting until tuesday but no more heavy rain is expected until tuesday. that's something we'll have to keep an eye on as we head into the week. for now those showers are pretty light. that's a look at the weather across the country. >>> good morning. at 6:16 waking up here in san francisco to clear skies. you will notice behind me a little haze in the distance, but we are expecting a bright day and not any cloud cover. we will show you the temperatures. 45 in santa rosa and later today, scorcher. mid- to upper 80s in the valley, and near livermore, you will be near 90 and santa cruz, 84. tomorrow, a few records possible with hot conditions through tuesday. ance? we'll talk about that after this. nespresso. where there is an espresso to match my every mood. ♪ where just one touch creates the perfect coffee. where every cappuccino and latte
the bay here and there. scattered in nature. we will get up there from erica we're following the latest with north korea. south korea's defense minister says north korea has moved a missile with considerable raise to its east coast, but he says it is not able hitting the united states. >> no. korea is showing another threat against ung say s military has been clear to wait and attack on the u.s. using smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear-weapons. >> the defense secretary announcing the u.s. is moving at advance missile system is moving to obamruam in the pacific. >> last weeks of employment numbers and a four month high. the dow up 59. 14,609. the dow lost 111 yesterday. >> thank you. a couple of moments from now facebook is expected to unveil a smart phone. reports in the los angeles times and new york times said facebook will unveil a phone built by the h t c and running google android operating system. it would also be special software called facebook home to fully integrate the user's profile page and friends into the device. we will get our first look what a facebook hold a liv
this week. lester? >> charles hadlock for us this morning. thank you. now here's erica. >> thanks. a federal judge on friday ruled the so-called morning-after pill should be available to women of all ages without a prescription. currently anyone under 17 needs that doctor's order. the change could go into effect in a month, though not everyone agrees with the ruling. a board certified gynecologist is an o bchb/gynob/gyn. nice to have you with us this morning. so there is some division in terms of this ruling. the fda, several medical groups, including the american academy of pediatrics have long recommended no restriction here. we know at least one anti-abortion group is calling this reckless. what does this ruling really mean? >> i don't think it's reckless. and the ruling really allows for a woman to take charge of her own sexuality. and i think it's wonderful that there's going to be this availability, because if something happens, a condom breaks, or you forget your birth control pills, or an accident occurs, the benefits outweigh the risk, and the pill seems to be without many complicat
of the year. we will start with erica was tracking the temperatures. good morning. >> good morning anny. we are gearing up for a war we around the bay area. if you like yesterday's you will enjoy today. we are off to a mild start with 50s and 60s. this afternoon some of the inland spots could see nineties. mostly conditions. light when by tonight. everyone is talking temperatures. mid-70s for downtown san francisco. 82 and vallejo. low 90s for fairfield and antioch. >> we will talk about the warmest day of the week coming up in a couple of minutes. good morning george. >> good morning erica. things are starting to back up at the bay bridge toll plaza for the west bound ride. if the meter lights not active. these are all cash paying people heading to the bridge. >> interstate 580 in high way for westbound a good ride for south bay peninsula, and north bay freeways. >> thank you george. we're following the weather this morning. we are expecting testers to be above average. talking warm to hot around the bay area. kron fours will trans is live in oakland. >> good morning well. >> good morning
is commissioner wiener and and the clerk of the committee is erica chang as well as jessie lars son for broadcasting this meeting. madam clerk please call item 2. >> an action item. >> thank you. are there any members of the public that would like to speak on the item, if so please come forward. seeing there is no one interested on speaking on public comment. is there a motion to approve item 2? thank you. this we go. $2? thank you. this we go. madam clerk please read item 3. i'm here to report on how things are going with the legislature. i have a couple things that i want to alert you to the edition of the matrix and i want to cover those first. also it's appropriate to take stock on what's happened to the legislation. i will quickly cover that. first the changes to the matrix on page 4 we've added ab 41 from san mateo, a new taxing authority to fund opportunities, authorizes sales tax to be voted upon within that mpo region. we are recommending a watch and we'll know better how it looks like it's going to go. this bill has bounced from natural resources to rules committee to lo
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